Collaboration among professional audio localization providers going forward can make the most of the lessons we’ve learned along the way. When the COVID-19 pandemic blindsided the media and entertainment industry, it was no surprise localization service providers were among ... More
The ABCA provides industry-wide business continuity planning for entertainment content localisation
A new industry association, operating as a non-profit corporation led by a Board of Directors comprised of both localisation service providers and content owners, the ABCA is managed through MESA.
The ABCA seeks to collaboratively develop our industry’s readiness during the pandemic and through the recovery. We would like to see recording studios return to full operation safely and quickly. We’ve seen remote recording operating well where required and our continued focus will be on supporting a healthy ecosystem of content, talent and technology, all working remotely, in anticipation of a second wave or lockdown.
The new Audio Business Continuity Alliance (ABCA) is out to help organisations and artists who provide professional audio services overcome challenges that include the pandemic and other disruptions, according to Marlies Schortinghuis, director of activation, Executive Chairm... More
The new, nonprofit Audio Business Continuity Alliance (ABCA) will help audio services professionals confront current and future challenges, so that they can continue working through the COVID-19 pandemic and other industry disruptions, according to executives from leading loc... More
MESA has formally announced the Audio Business Continuity Alliance (ABCA), a new nonprofit industry association to establish a collaborative community of artists and companies who offer professional audio services to content creators worldwide. Leading localisation service pr... More